On vrijdag 11 juni 2021 09:25:07 CEST Ralph Aichinger wrote: > I really think Debian should have a better answer to installing > on the Raspberry Pi I think the problem isn't on Debian's side, but on the side of the Raspberry Pi Foundation (RPF). If they would upstream more/sooner or better yet, use an upstream first approach, the whole (FLOSS) world, including Debian, would benefit. But for some reason this is still problematic :-/ > can boot aarch64 Almost entirely because of Debian and people (outside RPF) working with upstream (kernel) to make it work on arm64. Which then also benefits RPF. > As somebody who has used Raspbian now for years, quassel-core > or FreedomBox is rather offputting, because I very much prefer > true Debian that matches amd64 except for architecture. If I > wanted to have some distribution that is "Debian based" and > not Debian outright, I'd probably go for Raspberry Pi OS. quassel-core and FreedomBox are (a collection of) programs already available in Debian, which you can install with apt[itude|-get]. The FreedomBox project does also provide downloadable images, but that just/ still a (pure/true) Debian system. So I guess there's some miscommunication/misunderstanding here?
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